Gasoline Traders Get Paid to Take a Spin on Colonial’s PipelineBy
New York prices lower than Houston, easing demand for shipping
Long-term customers pay subleasers to hold space for future
With the U.S. Northeast drowning in a gasoline glut, companies have resorted to paying others to use their space on the Colonial Pipeline.
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